His primary scientific interests are in Gender studies, Masculinity, Pedagogy, Context and Human sexuality. Feminism, Heteronormativity and Hegemonic masculinity are among the areas of Gender studies where Wayne Martino concentrates his study. His Masculinity study incorporates themes from Femininity and Active learning.
He works mostly in the field of Pedagogy, limiting it down to topics relating to Negotiation and, in certain cases, Social change and Physical education. His work in Context addresses subjects such as Homosexuality, which are connected to disciplines such as Rhetoric, Role model, Sexual orientation and Subjectivity. He combines subjects such as Higher education, Interpersonal relationship, Peer group and Literacy with his study of Human sexuality.
Wayne Martino spends much of his time researching Gender studies, Pedagogy, Masculinity, Context and Transgender. His Gender studies research focuses on Queer, Human sexuality, Hegemonic masculinity, Sexual identity and Heteronormativity. His Pedagogy research incorporates elements of Mathematics education, Sexual orientation and Perception.
His Masculinity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Homosexuality, Feminism, Reading, Literacy and Negotiation. His Context research incorporates themes from Moral panic, Role model, Legitimacy, Gender identity and Peer group. His Transsexual study in the realm of Transgender interacts with subjects such as Gender diversity, Policy analysis and Expansive.
Gender studies, Transgender, Pedagogy, Queer and Gender diversity are his primary areas of study. His work on Sexual identity, Human sexuality and Sexual orientation is typically connected to Invisibility as part of general Gender studies study, connecting several disciplines of science. As a part of the same scientific study, Wayne Martino usually deals with the Transgender, concentrating on Identity and frequently concerns with Reading, Masculinity and Personhood.
His is doing research in Curriculum and Literacy, both of which are found in Pedagogy. His Queer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Context and Ethnography. His study in Context is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Heterosexism and Teacher education.
Wayne Martino mostly deals with Gender studies, Transgender, Queer, Sexual identity and Pedagogy. Wayne Martino has researched Gender studies in several fields, including Identity and Social science. His research in Transgender intersects with topics in Field and Scholarship.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Homosexuality, Personhood, Sexual orientation and Reading in addition to Queer. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Queer theory and Lesbian. His studies deal with areas such as Sexual minority, Modernity, Narrative and Barbarism as well as Human sexuality.
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'Cool Boys', 'Party Animals', 'Squids' and 'Poofters': Interrogating the dynamics and politics of adolescent masculinities in school
British Journal of Sociology of Education (1999)
Testing regimes, accountabilities and education policy: commensurate global and national developments
Bob Lingard;Wayne Martino;Goli Rezai-Rashti.
Journal of Education Policy (2013)
So What's a Boy?: Addressing Issues of Masculinity and Schooling
Wayne Martino;Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli.
Male Teachers as Role Models: Addressing Issues of Masculinity, Pedagogy and the Re-Masculinization of Schooling
Wayne John Martino.
Curriculum Inquiry (2008)
Attracting, recruiting and retaining male teachers: Policy issues in the male teacher debate
Martin Mills;Wayne Martino;Bob Lingard.
British Journal of Sociology of Education (2004)
What about the boys? : issues of masculinity in schools
Wayne Martino;Bob Meyenn.
Addressing the educational needs of boys
Bob Lingard;Wayne Martino;Martin Mills;Mark Bahr.
Boys, Schooling and Masculinities: Interrogating the 'Right' way to educate boys
Wayne Martino;Deborah Berrill.
Educational Review (2003)
Being Normal is the Only Way To Be: Adolescent Perspectives on Gender and School
Wayne Martino;Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli.
What about The Boys
Bob Meyenn;Wayne Martino.
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